CDC Deliberately Mislead Public on Vaccine Reactions

Did CDC Deliberately Mislead Public on Allergic Reactions to Moderna Vaccine?

On Jan. 13, Cal­i­for­nia health offi­cials issued a hold on 330,000 dos­es of Moderna’s COVID-19 vac­cine after “few­er than 10” peo­ple at San Diego’s Pet­co Park sta­di­um vac­cine clin­ic suf­fered aller­gic reac­tions to the vac­cine. San­ta Clara Coun­ty offi­cials lift­ed the hold on the vac­cine lot in ques­tion on Jan. 21.

One day lat­er, on Jan. 22, the Cen­ters for Dis­ease Con­trol and Pre­ven­tion (CDC) issued a Mor­bid­i­ty Mor­tal­i­ty Week­ly “ear­ly release” report on Moderna’s COVID-19 vac­cine. For the report, the CDC used data report­ed to the Vac­cine Adverse Event Report­ing Sys­tem (VAERS) between Dec. 21, 2020 – Jan. 10, 2021 to inves­ti­gate cas­es of ana­phy­lax­is, a life-threat­en­ing aller­gic reac­tion, fol­low­ing injec­tions of Moderna’s vaccine.

The CDC’s choice to use VAERS data to cal­cu­late the rate of ana­phy­lax­is asso­ci­at­ed with Moderna’s vac­cine is idio­syn­crat­ic and trou­bling. Why?

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